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Topping our news today…

Results from yesterday’s Bradley County Primary Election are in. Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis retained his County Mayor seat with 8,764 votes, defeating Johnny Mull who had 4,704 votes. District Attorney General Steve Crump wins with 14,807 votes against Stephen Hatchett, with 10,896 votes. Criminal Court Judge Sandra Donaghy had 15,461 votes, defeating Paul Rush who had 8.567 votes. General Sessions Judge Division 1, Andrew Morgan had 7,183 votes, against Barrett Painter with 5,874 votes. General Sessions Judge Division 2, Clay Collins wins with 6,718 votes against David Calfee at 3,470 and Rebble Johnson with 3,064 votes.

In the Bradley County Commission: District 4 Seat A, Scott “Donut” Gilbert wins with 1,276 votes against Charlotte Peak with 832 votes. District 4 Seat B, Howard Thompson wins with 1,055 votes, against Richard Kienlen with 908 votes and Daniel Lautaret with 134 votes. District 5 Seat A, Bobby Goins wins with 443 votes, against Rachel Ivey Goins with 273 votes. District 6 Seat B, Tommy Ledford wins with 975 votes against Erica Davis who had 747 votes.

Constable District 1, Garry D. Moore wins with 1,156 votes. District 2, Ricky R. Humphries wins with 784 votes. District 4, Dewayne Henry wins with 1,401 votes. District 7, Tim Fowler wins with 836 votes.

Cleveland School Board At-Large, Matthew Coleman wins with 2,599 votes against Charles Cogdill who had 2,397 votes. Cleveland School Board District 3, Andy Lay wins with 883 votes against Dawn Robinson who had 621 votes. Bradley County School Board DIstrict 4, Josh Taylor wins with 1,009 votes against Bartlee Norton with 581 and Chuck Evans with 491 votes.

Tom Collins returns as Bradley County Road Superintendent, taking the seat with 7,040 votes, unseating Sandra Knight who had 5,949 votes.

In news today…

On Tuesday, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee released the following reaction to the United States Supreme Court’s deliberations on Roe v. Wade and shared critical information about current Tennessee law. 

“I am concerned by the leak and any attempt to thwart justice. If the federal courts return full authority to the states, Tennessee’s laws will automatically provide the maximum possible protection and offer a glimmer of redemption as America reconciles our troubled past. We are talking about families in crisis – not isolated clinical procedures – and our state will continue to provide protection, resources and care for both mother and child.”

Also in news today…

Cleveland City Schools is excited to share that Mrs. Kim Bradford will be transitioning to the role of Principal at George R. Stuart Elementary School beginning July 1, 2022. Bradford will follow Mrs. Richelle Shelton who is retiring from the Stuart Principal position at the end of June.

Mrs. Bradford is currently serving as the 6th Grade Assistant Principal at Cleveland Middle School. Prior to moving into administration at Cleveland Middle School, she served over 3 years as the Instructional Facilitator at George R. Stuart Elementary School. Bradford also spent time as a teacher at Stuart and taught previously in both Hamilton County and Bedford County before being hired by Cleveland City Schools in 2016.